General Assembly is a pioneer in education and career transformation, specializing in today’s most in-demand skills. The leading source for training, staffing, and career transitions, we foster a flourishing community of professionals pursuing careers they love.
What began as a co-working space in 2011 has since grown into a global learning experience with campuses in 20 cities and over 35,000 graduates worldwide.
As individuals and companies struggle to compete in an increasingly technological economy, General Assembly provides award-winning, dynamic training to close the global skills gap.
For students enrolling in 12 week part time and immersive classes, it is not recommended that you book more than one class simultaneously.
This class was informative, enlightening and a lot of fun! I would highly recommend it, no matter who you are, you represent you!
The class was awesome! Christian delivered and his level of energy is amazing! Please reach out to me if there is ever a follow up class to this one! I will be bringing in a few of my sales reps to take this class. Thank you, Eddie Garcia
I can't tell you what I thought of the class because the class was canceled day of and I was never notified. So after spending an hour and a half traveling up to Los Angeles and finding the building location, I then had to wait an additional 10 minutes only to be told that the class had been canceled and rescheduled for the following week. We were offered a chance at a refund as well but that would be something that could not be processed there and would instead need to be taken up with the CourseHorse website. The lack of communication on both CourseHorse and GA was unprofessional. The assumption of an immediate reschedule only reaffirms that they believe my time is easily flexible and can revolve around their mistakes. What's more is that GA informed us that we should not apply for classes through CourseHorse because then they are not responsible for informing us of last minute cancellations. No one wants to take responsibility for the oversight and as a result, both agencies look as if customer service is not a priority.
The class was cancelled on the morning-of, no concrete explanation given. General Assembly sent one email to myself notifying us that the class had been cancelled... a mere 2 hours before the scheduled start time (no email was sent to my 2 colleagues who were also registered for the same class). We'd received a confirmation email from Coursehorse only a couple days prior, reminding us of the class time/location. This class was scheduled on a Saturday afternoon, already outside of normal work hours, so the fact that they waited until the very last moment to officially cancel the class is completely unacceptable. All three of us were already on the way to the class location since we are based in a different county, and because I don't have work email on my personal cell phone, I didn't even realize the class had been cancelled at all until we arrived at the empty front desk. We waited 10 minutes until a receptionist arrived to inform us that the class was no longer taking place that day. They said something vague about a change in management, and even hinted that the lack of communication wasn't General Assembly's responsibility since we booked through Coursehorse and not directly with them. The email itself neglected to take full responsibility for the inconvenience this caused to all the registered students. It simply said that General Assembly would automatically reschedule us for the following Saturday, or issue a refund at our request. This is not nearly doing enough. Our nonprofit company had to not only pay for the class fees, but also the cost of transportation to/from downtown Los Angeles and pay for a full workday of our time. We ourselves had to block out an entire Saturday months ahead to be able to attend the class, and reschedule our whole work week around the odd hours. We cannot accept a refund because of the accounting nightmare this will cause our company; yet crediting us for a future class only makes us wary of even greater inconvenience in the future. Not to mention, General Assembly raised the price of the class WEEKS AFTER we had registered and paid. Then Coursehorse attempted to charge us the difference in cost. This was resolved only after I said that they did NOT have my permission to charge our company credit card for the difference since we already paid what was posted at the time of registration. Our entire experience with the General Assembly/Coursehorse setup was disappointing to say the least. Thoroughly unprofessional.
Was Absolutely brilliant!! Phat is an excellent teacher, he gave a great presentations with great examples and really taught me everything i needed to know and way more. So worth every penny maybe 10 X's the amount.
The instructor was knowledgeable, pace of the class was good. Learned exactly what I need to get started with social media for my new business.
The class was rescheduled and coursehorse does not seem to be aware of that or making efforts to keep in the know or get their students to know, so in failing to know and then inform me it was rescheduled, I made efforts to leave work and arrive at General Assembly LA only to learn the class was postponed. I really want some way to know that I'm still on the list or attending the class rescheduled to December or if not can be refunded.
The class was very informative. I appreciated Vaughn taking the time when needed to answer individual questions
An insightful course that delves deeply into why statistical accuracy matters when making marketing decisions. The instructor was clear, thorough and did a good job answering students' questions. I did find the course to be kind of disjointed, however, as we spent the first half of the class looking at attribution modeling in Google Analytics while the second half was almost entirely dedicated to statistical analysis. The two topics weren't really woven together in the end.
Instructor did a great job. Class curriculum was on point.